Until Thu 11 November

Festival Cine Luso 2021

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Festival
Place
Various places in Brussels
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Festival Cine Luso 2021

Description

Cine Luso is an event that brings the different facets and nationalities of the Portuguese-speaking world together. The Portuguese language is one of the most widely spoken languages in the world, and present in four continents. This audiovisual meeting aims to offer a broader vision of the world from a cultural and artistic point of view.

CINE LUSO is a creative and philosophical encounter that aims to address contemporary issues and is an event that brings the different facets and nationalities of the Portuguese-speaking world together. The Portuguese language is one of the most widely spoken languages in the world, and present in four continents. This audiovisual meeting aims to offer a broader vision of the world from a cultural and artistic point of view.

Each edition offers a programme based on a specific theme, always linked to the Portuguese-speaking culture. A programme based on dialogue, through film debates with sub-themes and a multidisciplinary artistic residency with an invited coordinator. This year, the coordinator will be Julian Boal with the mission of realizing, together with 11 creators from various countries, a film that will be presented during the edition.

More than an event, the project presents itself as a search for dialogue and the construction of content in a collaborative way. The theme chosen for the fourth edition highlights the contradictions of the world through two main notions: FREEDOM AND POWER.

In French, Julian will also give a workshop on the Theatre of the Oppressed, for which registration is still open, with limited vacancies.

For the opening, an exhibition called "Je Choisis Ma Lutte", with testimonies of militants from Southeast Asia, Brazil, Mozambique and Angola, with portraits and videos made by the international jurist specialized in human and humanitarian rights, with focus on LGBTIQ+.

The event counts with the presence of writer, researcher and playwright Pedro Eiras, already translated in more than 20 countries, who will launch two poetic books inspired by the work of Dante Aligheri.

The festival takes off with a session dedicated to the theme with short films from all over the world and also an exhibition about the refugees in Moria, an international campaign with posters made with photos of the refugees themselves stuck in the Lesbos camp in Greece.

The program is vast, with 30 films, anthropological magazine launchings, 2 DJ sets, 2 exhibitions, 4 concerts, and many debates.
Issues such as decolonization, internet ethics, individual and collective freedom, dictatorship, libertarian education, militant feminism, "sans papiers" and others are the main topics
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The events are free (except for Julian Boal's workshop), with spontaneous donations.

The events and the films that will be screened can be found in the events social networks.

Lusophones and non-lusophones - cinema/theatre/literature/research/music/etc

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Practical information

Dates

Tuesday, October 12, 2021 — Thursday, November 11, 2021

Timetable

Until Thu 11 November

Place

Various places in Brussels

Various places in Brussels
1000 Brussels

T. +32 466 04 43 53 (Information)
T. +32 466 04 43 53 (Booking)
M. espiritomundo.asbl@gmail.com
https://www.facebook.com/espiritomundo/

Target audience

Schools
Teachers
Youth 15-18 yr.
LGTBQIA
Seniors

Sous-titres

Portuguese
French
Dutch
English

Organiser

Espirito Mundo ASBL

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